Present Subjunctive – Exercises

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Exercises

Choose the correct form of the present subjunctive.

  1. No creo que Luis tu número de teléfono.[I don’t think Luis has your phone number.]|3rd person singular, -er verb (tener)tenga
  2. Quizás mis padres a visitarme en verano.[Maybe my parents will come to visit me in the summer.]|3rd person plural, -ir verb (venir)vengan
  3. Llamadme cuando al hotel.[Call me when you get to the hotel.]|2nd person plural, -ar verb (llegar)lleguéis
  4. Iré a la fiesta de todas maneras, aunque no ganas.[I’ll go to the party anyway, even if I don’t feel like it.]|1st person singular, -er verb (tener)tenga
  5. ¡Por favor, Marta, no por el pasillo![Marta, please don’t run in the corridor!]|3rd person singular, -er verb (correr)corras

Conjugate the verbs in the present subjunctive.

  1. Puede ser que mañana (venir)  Paula a cenar.[Paula might come for dinner tomorrow.]|3rd person singular, irregular -ir verb (venir)venga
  2. Llamaremos tan pronto como (terminar)  de comer.[We’ll call as soon as we’ve finished eating.]|1st person plural, regular -ar verb (terminar)terminemos
  3. Ojalá las nubes (irse) .[Hopefully the clouds will go away soon.]|3rd person plural, irregular reflexive verb (irse)se vayan
  4. ¡No te (ensuciar)  la camisa![Don’t get your shirt dirty!]|2nd person singular, regular -ar verb (ensuciar)ensucies
  5. El fin de semana iremos a esquiar, aunque no (haber)  demasiada nieve.[We’ll go skiing at the weekend even if there’s not that much snow.]|3rd person singular, irregular -er verb (haber)haya

Conjugate the verbs in the present subjunctive.

  1. Espero que los húspedes no (necesitar)  nada más.[I hope the guests don’t need anything else.]|3rd person plural, regular -ar verb (necesitar)necesiten
  2. Es probable que (yo/llegar)  un poco tarde.[I’ll probably be a bit late.]|1st person singular, regular -ar verb (llegar)-e|we add a u between the g and the e to maintain pronunciation
  3. Nos sentimos parte del equipo, aunque no (jugar)  en él.[We feel like part of the team, even though we’re not playing.]|1st person plural, regular -ar verb (jugar) → -emos|we add a u between the g and the e to maintain pronunciation
  4. ¡Nunca (vosotros/hablar)  con desconocidos![Don’t talk to strangers!]|2nd person plural, regular -ar verb (hablar)habléis
  5. No creo que los precios (estar)  ahora más baratos.[I don’t think the prices are any cheaper now.]|3rd person plural, irregular -ar verb (estar)estén